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it's thursday, january 14th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." jackpot. the $1.5 billion powerball prize. winners in tennessee, florida, and california. we will take you to where one of those tickets was sold. breaking overnight in indonesia. at least seven people are dead after a series of explosions and shoot-outs rocked downtown jakarta. awful waffle? two waffle house employees are caught on camera washing hair in the kitchen. now they are both out of a job. hello, adele.
james corden in carpool karaoke. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. three winning jackpot tickets were sold in last night's record breaking powerball lottery. it was the single largest jackpot ever. more than $1.5 billion. the winning numbers -- 4, 8, 19, 27, 34, and the powerball is 10. winning tickets were bought in florida, tennessee, and california. the winning ticket in california was bought at a convenience store in a los angeles suburb, chino hills. danielle nottingham is there. danielle, good morning! >> reporter: good morning. the frenzy here has died down a bit. we are still in the early morning hours. but once people around this area
sold here, they flooded the parking lot, flooded this 7-eleven, and just think about it. back in november, this jackpot was worth $40 million and went to $1.5 billion on wednesday. the odds were crazy. 1 in 292 million, but a lucky ticket here beat those odds. crowds of california residents descended on to the 7-eleven store in china owe hills, late wednesday night where a powerball ticket was sold. >> i think i just won! >> reporter: california lottery officials posted the big news on twitter, minutes after the winning numbers were drawn. those who didn't win still came to the store to celebrate. even congratulating this store clerk who admitted he has no idea who the winner is. >> it's my pleasure and proud and i am really excited too. >> reporter: the 7-eleven clerk said this store sole thousands
the last few days, as powerball fever took over the country. >> we are going to have a winner here tonight! >> reporter: many waited for hours in long lines for a chance at becoming an instant billionaire. shane crudman and ryan mcginnis of tampa, florida, had a whopping 70,000 dollar private facebook rule for a buy-in of $500. >> no matter how many people we got in, it didn't matter. 3, 4, 5 million is still enough money for everybody. >> next! >> reporter: jackpot winning tickets were sold also in florida and tennessee and meaning the big payoff will be split at least three ways. california state lottery officials plan to head to the 7-eleven in chino hills today, hoping the state's winner comes forward. 12 other tickets in california matched five numbers but not the jackpot. the owner of this 7-eleven will get $1 million for selling a winning ticket! so a lot of people waking up a lot richer this morning, if they
>> and neither of them are me or you, danielle, unfortunately. >> reporter: no. >> danielle nottingham in chino hills, california, thank you so much, danielle. we are moving on to international news now. this morning, suspected militants launched a deadly attack in the indonesian capital of jakarta. three explosions rocked the city's center, followed by more than two hours of gun battle. seven people, including four attackers, were killed. seth doane is in beijing with the very latest. good morning, seth. >> reporter: good morning to you. indonesia's president is calling this an act of terror. the explosions taking place in central jakarta, an area with a number of western businesses, restaurants, hotels, and offices. we saw images of smoke rising from those explosions and pictures of heavily armed security forces responding to the scene. so far, there are reports that at least four suspected militants have been arrested, though, no one has claimed
indonesia is the world's most populace muslim nation and battled extremist and in the past, this is the first major terrorism attack in jakarta since 2009. authorities there had received recent warnings of a terrorist attacks, something in the works and had stepped up security. when i was in indonesia earlier this month, i saw tightened security at a number of sites that were popular with tourists. >> thank you, seth. now to wall street. the rocky start to the year has turned into a rout. stocks plummeted again yesterday, now reaching what traders call correction territory. this morning, on the heels of the wall street dive, stocks in asia were mixed. jill wagner is on wall street with more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. during the first eight trading days of the year, the dow and the s&p are off to their worst start ever. yesterday, the dow lost 364
the s&p was down 148. its worse day since september. the nasdaq fell 159. for the year, the dow is off 7.3% and the s&p down 7.5%, the nasdaq down 9.6%. the s&p and the nasdaq have hit correction territory, a drop of 10% or more from recent highs. the dow is close. energy and consumer stocks were hardest hit. the sell-off is fueled in part by concern over plunging oil prices now hitting a 12-year low. u.s. crude is trading near $30 a barrel. there is also concern about the continued economic slowdown in china, the world's second largest economy. so far, stocks futures are up this morning. >> a little bit of good news. jill wagner on wall street. we will be back with the other business headlines a little later on in the broadcast. thanks a lot, jill. tonight in north charleston, south carolina, republicans will hold their last presidential debate before the iowa caucuses. seven candidates will take part.
the campaign. the debate will be televised by fox business network. tonight, ted cruz will likely be answering questions about a campaign loan he failed to report on fund-raising documents. $1 million in loans helped finance his senate campaign in 2012. part of the borrowed money came from goldman sachs where his wife is an employee. "the new york times" reports that heidi cruz obtained the low interest loan from goldman sachs and another loan from citibank. cruz said it was an inadvertent filing error. >> we borrowed against the stocks and assets we had under ordinary terms, and so those loans had been disclosed over and over and over again on multiple filings. >> a cruz spokesman said the loans were disclosed later in separate personal financial reports. we will discuss tonight's republican debate and other
schieffer who retired in june following a 46-year career at cbs news. he is returning as cbs news contributor during the 2016 inauguration. winter storm warnings and avalanche warnings in the southwest. significant snow is expected to fall through tonight, an avalanche in the montana/idaho mountains buried three skiers. all three were rescued. there is heavy snow on the east coast. more lake-effect snow pounded buffalo last night. temperatures were in the teens. and you may remember this car was encased in ice near lake erie. it took a four-man crew to dig the car out. they used 350 pounds of ice melting calcium chloride and it took 15 minutes for the chemicals to work. the pentagon is trying to figure out how ten american sailors ended up in iranian waters. the sailors were captured tuesday after their boats drifted.
because of either mechanical problems or human error. secretary of state john kerry says diplomacy helped defuse the situation. the suspected gunman in the shooting at a colorado planned parenthood clinic says the attack was spur of the moment. robert dear is accused of killing three and wounding nine in the november shooting. from jail, he called our cbs station in denver. he claimed ten fbi agents followed him from his trailer that morning and he says that forced his hand. >> i felt like they were going to get me, and so i'm going to pick where i want to make my last stand. and i picked planned parenthood, because it's murdering little babies. >> a judge ordered dear to undergo a mental competency exam. he is facing 179 charges, including first-degree murder. coming up on the "morning news." an arrest in italy. a man linked to the killing of
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a massive fire engulfed in oil fracking rig in oklahoma. sent massive plumes of black smoke into the air and it's outside of the town of chick a shay, southwest of oklahoma city. there were no injuries. no word on what caused the fire, though. a lawsuit blames oklahoma energy companies for causing earthquakes. also an arrest in the murder of an american in italy. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "daily mail" reports italian police arrested a suspect in the murder of an american woman in florence. officers arrested a 25-year-old senegalese man yesterday based
ashley olsen's nude body was found saturday in her apartment. an autopsy found she was strangled with a cord or wire. the columbia "daily spectator" reports three columbia university students died in a bus crash in honduras. twelve more americans were hurt in yesterday's wreck. they were volumeingeingeing -- volunteers. they were due to return to the u.s. on tuesday. the "tulsa world" reports on a lawsuit against 12 energy companies accused of causing earthquakes. a group of residents in the oklahoma city suburb of edmond brought the suit and it blames a state of recent minor earthquakes on the company's waste water disposal wells from oil and gas production. up next, waffle house horror. two workers are caught on cell phone video washing their hair in the kitchen. so you don't have to stop. because you believe in go. onward. today's the day. carpe diem.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. this cell phone video cost two waffle house workers in arkansas their jobs. after a stomach turning incident. one diner said once he and a forty-seven started eating, the friend started pulling hair out of his mouth. >> she dipped the hair down in
one of the towels. >> both have been fired. the restaurant has since passed a health inspection. on the cbs "moneywatch," a rash of complaints about a popular lip balm. and pulling the plug on al jazeera america. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: the cable news network al jazeera america is shutting down at the end of april. it was launched two and a half years. it had a hard time persuading cable and satellite companies to carry it. al jazeera says the economic climate of media forced the decision. the wearable camera go-pro is suting about a hundred jobs. their fourth quarter sales fell short of expectations. the cameras are popular with extreme sorts enthusiasts. the california based company has about 1,500 employees. gopro hired about 500 people last year. a griddle recall at walmart.
walmart between july and december of last year, model number sj14207. the heating element can crack and water can get in and posing a shock hazard when that griddle is plugged in. lip balm maker eos is being sued over what customers claim are harsh side effects. they claim it causes bad reactions like blistering and rashes. the product is sold in egg-shaped pods. kim kardashian is among the brand ambassadors. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will take you to the detroit auto show for a sneak peek of the cars of tomorrow. still to come, a rebel tribute. madonna honors the late david bowie with a performance of one of his hits. later, adele on overdrive. the singer says hello to carpool
forecast in some cities around the country. rebel rebel the material girl paying tribute to ziggy stardust. madonna performing david bowie's "rebel rebel" at her concert tuesday night, two days after the rock legend died. she said a concert she attended of bowie in detroit early why life and it changed her life. street, the alpine skiing star, is accused of pushing her father down the stairs at her home in utah.
her hair during the argument. police say the fight was witnessed by street's three children. she is due back in court in february. minnesota vikings kicker blair walsh is getting a pick-me-up from some of his youngest fans. walsh missed a field goal last saturday that would have given the vikings a win in their playoff game against seattle. some first graders near sympathy cards. >> you are the best and maybe you need to practice. >> sympathy, with a side of their teachers called this a teachable moment. the students are sending the cards to walsh this week. what drama will unfold in the nfl playoffs this week? we will bring you both afc divisional playoff games. on saturday, the kansas city chiefs face off against the new england patriots! and on sunday, it's the pittsburgh steelers and the denver broncos. both games kickoff at 4:30 put the coffee on central perk.
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hillary clinton bought a powerball ticket and she said if she wins, she will use the money to fund her campaign. yeah. meanwhile, bill clinton said if he wins, hillary will never see him again. well, at least three people have become insanely rich overnight. there were three winning tickets for powerball's billion dollar jackpot. here are the numbers. 4, 8, 19, 27, 34, and the powerball is 10. let's go back to danielle nottingham in chino hills, california, where one of the winning tickets was sold. good morning again, danielle. >> reporter: good morning. it was a crazy state here in southern california at this 7-eleven.
ticket was sold at this store, people came from all over and flooded the parking lot, flooded the store. they were cheering and they wanted to offer their congratulations and even the store clerk became somewhat of a celebrity. people wanting to take selfies with him. he said thousands of dollars worth of tickets were sold at this store over the last feud. it's more winners in california to be happy for this morning. ten other tickets matched five numbers, not the jackpot. the store owner here gets $1 million for selling that winning ticket. now, the powerball winning tickets were also sold in tennessee and florida. >> danielle nottingham in chinao hills, thank you very much. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a highly contagious flu strain dog sick. we will tell you where it's spreading and what you can do. plus, anthony mason talks with singer james bay on our road to the grammys. >> reporter: at the end of the year, he heard he got a grammy
>> we were in the back of the car with our manager. losing our minds! phoned, you see about the other two? what? there is two more? >> reporter: 2015 was great. >> strong. >> reporter: tough to top that one. >> definitely, but i'm going to try. yeah. >> reporter: now he's the latest british musical export trying to make it in america. >> a big price, but that's exciting. i can't get away from that and i don't know if it ever makes me sound naive or anything, but at the end of the day, i'm willing to take it on. we bring you the announcement of this year's academy award nominations. that is all ahead on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. we leave you with more adele and james corden doing some carpool